AIG launches new group income protection pathways

Targeted to help cancer and musculoskeletal conditions

Hemma Visavadia
clock • 2 min read
AIG launches new group income protection pathways

AIG Life has created two new group income protection pathways that help explain the journey employees can take to prevent specific health conditions, and the support they can receive if they are too ill to work.

The latest guides focus on cancer and musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and follow on from the mental health pathway launched last year. Chris Morgan, head of group protection distribution at AIG Life, told COVER that the insurer saw a need to offer further support for these conditions after previous data showed that almost half (45%) of the group income protection (GIP) claims paid by the company in 2020 were in relation to these issues. The guides aim to help explain to employers the s...

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